No, it isn't one of my holiday season recordings. First I don't know where to find the Zoo Club and second I hate volumes like these: this video was recorded with a sound pressure between 100 and 110 dBA which certainly is enough to do dammage to your ears. Only @Keirux knows where this is recorded, since he shot the video :-).
Most of us focus on the picture quality of the Nokia 808 PureView, and many love the video quality as well. I've been overthrown by the sound quality from day two I saw the device.
From Finland, Jarmo Timonen ( @EasyCapExpertti) appears also to be very impressed with the quality of Rich Recording, he even devoted a complete blogsite to it: " Nokia 808 PureView Music Recordings"!
Yes, a new comparison of four high end smartphones/camphones - call 'm what you like. This time PocketNow is comparing picture and video quality of the Apple iPhone 4S, the Samsung Galaxy S III, the Nokia 808 PureView and the HTC One X. We of course now the outcome already by now, but still, it's interesting to see how other people prove you're right ;-) Below is the video, you will find all pictures in the link.
I'm sure being on a Greek beach is much more fun with the Nokia 808 PureView, so it's nice to see videos and pictures taken there. On a Greek techblog I just found these Full HD videos shot with the device (below). You can find quite a lot of pictures shot with the Nokia 808 PureView on the site itself (see link).
Here's the first attempt from Ricardo Almeida to make a time-lapse video - from his car. Now making a video from about an 80 km's travel might take well over half an hour, so making a time-lapse on the road shortens it to just about two minutes.
The first 36 seconds you're left in the dark though, you'll just hear the sounds from getting in the car, strapping on the safety belt and starting the engine - and than the fun begins, accompanied by some nice high-speed music. Enjoy the trip from Peniche to Odivelas!